Fellow Scott Anderson discusses U.S. withdrawal from the 1955 Treaty of Amity with Iran that is the claims brought against the U.S. by Iran to the International Court of Justice. Anderson discusses how this decision aligns with the Trump Administration’s disengagement from international institutions and how this actually undermines sovereignty, rather than strengthens it.
Walking Away from the World Court
Let’s get realistic on North Korea and Iran
Brookings experts on Trump’s UNGA speech
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